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Important Changes to Referrals for the Social Communication Pathway

Please see below a letter explaining some changes to the Social Communication Pathway (SCP) referral process. In summary, the changes are: For Early Years children (aged 3 to 5): The SCP will only accept referrals for those who have had exposure to community group

Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

“About Me” Person-Centred Profile Training

Dear parents and carers, On behalf of Manchester's About Me Project Group (a collaborative made up of parents/carers and representatives from Education, Health and Social Care services), we would like to invite you to attend the "About Me" training sessions happening next month. We

“About Me” Person-Centred Profile Training

Dear parents and carers, On behalf of Manchester's About Me Project Group (a collaborative made up of parents/carers and representatives from Education, Health and Social Care services), we would like to invite you to attend the "About Me" training sessions happening next month. We

Co-production with Children’s Community Health Services

We recently invited various partners from Manchester's Education, Health and Care services to reflect and share with us how co-production has helped them deliver SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities) provision to our families. Below is a message from Laila Baig (Head of Service Children

The Big Health Checkup

We will be at The Big Health Check Up on Tuesday, 1 October, at Irish World Heritage Centre. There will be opportunities to: Speak to health professionals Get FREE health checks Visit stalls from different organisations (including us! 😊) and services Participate in interactive activities